Markéta always knew that she wanted to become more active in society. She was interested in feminism and gender equality, but for a long time she felt she did not have enough experience to contribute. Then, one day she saw that the progressive party in the Czech Republic published a picture of their members, and […]
I have always been a very active person, I like to be everywhere and exploit my passions to the fullest. My main problem, lack of time. I love music which is related to my main passion, dance. I have spent many years of my life exploring the secrets of improvisation in dance and I often […]
I have always been a young activist, already when I was in elementary school I put all my time and effort into different clubs and activities. I was always everywhere and very active. I was a good student who liked to participate in school-related activities, even outside school hours, so it was a regular thing […]
For about 5 years I have been involved in working to solve social problems related to education and youth rights, both at local and national level. When I was in school I had the impression that teachers were not very open to talk about life issues with students. It seemed to me that they were […]
“I really wanted to get involved in something, but I didn’t know at all how to go about it. It became a 20-day virtual race to run between Paris and Berlin.” I knew I wanted to be an active player, but I did not know how to get involved in something that mobilizes people. I […]
Álvaro González Pérez is one of those people who secretly have a day of 36 hours, otherwise you couldn’t explain how he manages to do everything. He is a trainer, a consultant, a member of the European Youth Forum’s expert group on Youth Rights, a board member of Generation Climate Europe (until the end of […]
Today we had the pleasure to meet Marius from Germany. Marius is Vice President of the Federal Youth Council, a board member of The European Movement Germany and a Master student. Marius studied also in Brazil and Portugal, where he worked in a call center. That experience, among many others, led him to realise that […]
There are many types of strikes. It can mean you refuse to work, to eat, to pay rent, to go to school. You can decide to strike when you want to send a powerful message about a situation which is unsustainable anymore, or to draw the attention of people on your issue.
Every group has their own dominant culture. Most of the time, we have difficulties defining the culture we live in, because it is obvious to us. That’s why it is even more important to make an effort to understand and identify what kind of group culture we want.